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i feel like i have to watch my direction. >> police say two women made similar complaints on saturday night. one reported the man beside her kept his door open and as she went in and out, he stared and exposed himself. >> i don't understand that. i've never heard of that before. >> the second woman told police she stepped out of her changing room, when she came back, the man was in her room parading his parts. she walked away. womenin the fitting room are having a fit. >> exposure alone is traumatic, but you always question the one person that might take it a step further. >> in the same shopping center, we took our camera into nordstrom rack where men go left and right, but old navy mixes it up just like target. aspokesperson says different target stores have different layouts. take another look at this man
who police want to know why his pants were down while his door was open i think women should have privacy without a man coming into the area. >> and tonight, i have not heard back from the target spokesperson on if men women will be separated now in the columbia store. if you know the man in this surveillance picture, you're asked to call police. cheryl conner, abc2news. >> on your screen right now, mike marks who grew up in ellicott city, played lacrosse. he was killed in a car accident along with another friend. the22-year old was riding in a car with warn kraflt who started in mcdaniel. police say the car they were in went out of l control and hit a tree. >> the fan beaten at camden
yards has been released from shock trauma. he was hurt during the orioles nationals game. according to court records, he got up to confront two men who were heckling him. he's spent weeks at shock trauma and is finally well enough to go to rehab. . >> it's coming back a little bit, slowly. he's starting to understand things a little more, starting to ask some more questions, starting to recognize some people more, but then the next breath, he could say something totally off the wall. >> it's going to take months for him to recover. his familyhas retained attorneys and they're trying to gather more information about what happened the night he was hurt the trial of a baltimore police officer has started. he was on duty last month when he says a group of kids threw rocks including chris brown.
hechased the kids and when they found brourngs he was dead. it's up to a jury to figure out who to blame. the officer is charged with manslaughter. >> a pair of robbers got away with a pair of [technical difficulties] when two men approached her. they threatenedto shoot her, pushed her down and hit her and took a gun. thewoman was taken to the hospital and was treated and released. if you have any information, contact annapolis police. >> what made eight people get sick at a parkville group home. we're getting word tonight that it was carbon monoxide. bgechecked the place out and couldn't find a leak. testresults showed trace amounts of hazardous chemicals now we go to the latest on the
changes coming to schools in harford county. last week we told you about the lay offs for teachers. christian schaffer is in the news room with that story. >> if you're a parent of school age children and you haven't heard the phrase common core standards, you will soon. itmeans newer, tougher testing for your kid . . >> one of the reasons hillary moved to harford county, the schools. >> i felt very positive about the high school and i heard very good things about the elementary schools except that they were overcrowded now she's concerned enough to spend her afternoon here at the board of education. the currentmsa test includes this question asking them to
shade three quarters of a try angle. thenew test will ask whether four fifths or five fourths is closer to one on the number line. these are for third graders. the board was allotted less money than requested for the budget. legislatures saythey've been hearing from parents school officials said tonight, many, but not all of the positions are being restored. >> i'm confident that the folks that we have will make the best of whatever we're given. >> still, dealing with tougher questions and potentially more infrastructure including potentially new computers in classrooms to handle the testing. >> we've done what we can to save as many positions as we can. >> hillary thinks her kids can handle the new standards, she just hope it is county can too. >> it scares me because of the
great strides that my son made in third grade and going back to the larger class size may undo some of that. >> by the way, four fifths is closer to one than five fourths. hopefully your third grader will be able to tell you that. moreinformation on our website, abc2news.com. . >> all right,. we continue to see isolated storm activity here and there basically across the state. here in cecil county, a new flash flood warning for this heavy downpour south of cecilton. otherwise, justcloudy and humid across maryland tonight. that could fuel more showers and storms through midday tomorrow. things willget more active
before we get nicer weather in the picture. >> all right, wyatt, we're coming up on the hottest time of the year and bacterial levels are risky for you to swim at three baltimore public beaches. you shouldn't even put your toes in the water until it's cleaned up. >> we should find out tomorrow about military plans to start moving women into elite combat jobs. by march of 2016, women could be trained as navy sales. and nasa's new crop of astronauts are making history, of the eight selects, half or women. that's the highest ever. women most likely will be the first to land on mars. and toheck with going to mars, all you're worried about is if you're 17-year old can drive safely to the super market down
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driven by the dollar we are. you want to be sure the person behind the wheel of a big rig is well rested. a new system here in maryland at the weigh stations are going to help troopers check on trucks and drivers. it's going to detect vehicles two miles away and at one mile away, they'll go into the weigh station. that willallow the troopers to either signal the driver to keep going on stop them. .
>> it makes it more efficient because the good carriers are going to be more inclined to get a by pass rating where they can legally pass the scale house. the ones we want to see are the ones that are not compliant or haven't been compliant in the past. >> doesn't it seem like every time you your teen driver grabs the keys and heads out, you start hearing sirens. tonight,we're going to go for a ride along. just stay put and watch what they're doing behind the wheel as brian kuebler shows us new options. >> you're supposed to be seeing this kind of slid owe from police cars, but -- videos but how about from this. this wastaken from a 17-year old's car. the drive cam activates every time jeff does something considered unsafe.
the video is then sent to professionals who offer tips to improve. it'salso sent the his mom you know that if you screw up, they're going to catch you. >> drive cam is just one of several cent technologies being used to keep kids safe on the road. >> you can look at the speed of the driving, you can look at whether or not the teen is being reckless in their driving. >> another technology called ed -- geo fencing also tells whether the car is driven outside a parameter. >> some cars come with it built in by the manufacturer or it can be purchased from a third party and installed. another optionisn't nearly as high-tech, but can be just as effective. you've probably seen those bumper stickers, how's my driving.
now parents are slapping them on kid's cars. >> it could be the fact of having that bumper sticker might give a teenager pause before they do something they shouldn't be doing. >> think this is too much monitoring? experts say not if you're up front with your teen. >> it's not a matter of not trusting them but a matter of improving their skills. >> jeff says he doesn't mind the camera now and feels he's become a better driver because of of it. >> it's helped me. >> well, at least one insurance company offers a dash board camera free to the clients. anyone can get the camera and a year's worth of advice for $900. after market, geo fence devices can run several hundred
dollars. >> general motors is recalling nearly 100,000 suvs. they saywater can get in the module in the door and could cause it to catch on fire. it includes the trail blazer, 2006 and 2007 trail blazers, envoy and then you have some 2005 model year 97 x's and owners will be contacted to bring the vehicles into the dealer. >> happy birthday to southwest air. they turn 42 tomorrow. injuly 1993 southwest picked baltimore as the first east coast gaet gate way airport. southwest owns 5% of the market. now, southwest is thinking about flying overseas but
that's two years out money, money makes us lie, steal, make shady decisions even if we're just thinking about it. researchers at harvard conducted four stu dis. they got people to think about cash by showing them pictures of money. thosepeople were more likely to act unethically in the end. >> you can find your dream home on line, you can plan a dream vacation on line and even find your dream man or woman on line. the national academy of sciences surveyed people who married between 2005 and 2012. nearly30% met online, nearly half of those met on a dating site. butthe internet is not everybody's ideal meet up, 65% met their spouse at work. >> and now, maryland's most accurate forecast.
all right take a look at maryland's most powerful. got a flash flood warning in kent county. morerain back behind this thing just over the chesapeake now going west of chestertown. we've seenfairly heavy rain coming through havre degrace now . so we think another downpour on top of this downpour is why we see the flash flood warning. obviously if you see some heavy water on the road, go find another route. >> what's coming our way tomorrow? a few isolated storms tonight now with more unsettled weather coming in the west should set united states up for an active
weather day on tuesday and into wednesday. first legs look at weather in through the day. wecan see some interesting sights across the air. clouds bubblingup but watch the end of the loop. definitely seeing signs of instability in the atmosphere here. beautiful orange cloud cover but looking unsettled. aswe go beyond kent island further east you have been getting the active weather. definitely adecent day of weather in ocean city. 77 now at bwi and looking at a muggy night and day tomorrow which could help fuel those storms and showers. infact, you see the steam bath out there with the humidity levels. again clouds rolling in
tomorrow. won't be a bright sunny day. we'll see a little sun at times, but you'll notice through the overnight hours we pick up an area of rain off the shore and it's tough to isolate patches of stormy activity through the day, but we think that boundary will be sinking south ward. temperatures willrun in the low 80s the next few days, the difference is the humidity will start to drop late wednesday and combrooul start to feel some relief thursday, friday and even early saturday looks pretty nice. it will take a while for that dry to get in here. by the way, no big sforms in the tropics right now. tropical depression running aground so no big action for the moment. 66 tonight, patchy fog at
daybreak possible. tomorrow83, developing thunderstorms in the afternoon. those shoulddiminish late tomorrow night and maybe some morning rain showers wednesday. that dry air should get in here late wednesday into thursday. that is going to be some nice tail end of spring weather. it will get hotter sunday into monday, but it looks like we may get some nice days to finish spring of 2013. wheredid it go. >> where did it go? earl used to say momentum is the next day's pitcher. tonight,the orioles couldn't do a thing about detroit. i mean 7 hits and that's it. the orioles lose this one. manny machado'shitting streak is over. chrisdavis got his 24th home run of the year. zach brit ton has been called
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all right new tonight. weare going to show a dramatic rescue in tampa, florida. 7police officers are being called the magnificent p rescuing a man from a burning car. threeofficers pulled him out while four others put out the firement perry thanked the officers for allowing him to come home to his kids. two teenage boys in california found themselves stranded 86 feet in the air on top of a cliff. they climb aid steep ridge and got stuck. highwinds made it difficult for the rescue crees to reach them. . >> listen, if your ten year old came to you and said i want to shave my head, you'd probably try and talk them out of it. there are 15 moms who encouraged it and here is why, 15, fourth graders shaved their head to support their friend
travis. hewas diagnosed with a brain tumor and was worried about going back to school without hair. 15classmates decided to go bald. >> 15 boy wents into that -- went into that barbershop and 15 men came out. >> now travis feels less self conscious about his hair. >> that's amazing. >> all right let's look at the werths. >> you know, i just got back from vacation, you know what i missed? the low humidity. here we go, fueling some showers and storms this evening. not severeweather technically though it could be some situations with brief flash flooding in kent county. otherwise, looking at tomorrow, hit or miss showers tomorrow, best chance comes in the afternoon, but drier air coming
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game three of the nba finals between the san antonio spurs and the miami heat took place in texas tonight. but the big stories are from football. this morning, the new england patriots signed tim tebow, apparently, they needed a virgin to sacrifice to the football gods. tebow fit the bill perfectly. and the other story involves chad johnson, formerly known as chad ochocinco, who got thrown in jail for a very unusual reason. he was in court. he was answering a probation violation stemming from a domestic violence charge. the judge agreed to a plea deal that would allow him to do community service instead of jail time. but right before everything was settled the judge told him he should thank his lawyer. chad thanked his lawyer by patting him on the butt. and this happened. >> an excellent attorney, he did a great job for you, sir. do you have any questions? do you have questions for him? the whole courtroom is laughing. >> i don't think he meant -- i don't think he meant -- judge, i